Kyle Slavin

Saanich denies new image for SilverCity

A new coat of paint won’t be rolled on to the SilverCity theatre at Tillicum Centre

Medical building gets the OK at busy Saanich corner

King Lasik plans to build landmark building on the site, and council Monday night gave it the approval

Brookman’s Store and Garage

Seniors complex on Gorge Road finds Saanich council support

Plans to construct a 144-unit seniors home at the corner of Admirals and Gorge roads in Saanich took another step forward Monday

Brookman’s Store and Garage

Residents help track down property thief in Saanich

An astute Saanich resident can be thanked for helping police catch a prolific property thief in possession of stolen electronics

Guns, cash seized from Saanich homes related to trafficking bust

One person is in custody and police seized two assault rifles, 1.5 pounds of cocaine and $160,000 in cash

144-unit senior’s complex eyed for Gorge Road at Admirals

Saanich council is being asked to consider a significant redevelopment

Brian Richmond (left) and Amanda Lisman (right) are directed by Sara-Jeanne Hosie in Blue Bridge Theatre’s production of My Fair Lady.

A fresh new look at a classical musical

Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre stages My Fair Lady until Aug. 18

Brian Richmond (left) and Amanda Lisman (right) are directed by Sara-Jeanne Hosie in Blue Bridge Theatre’s production of My Fair Lady.
Chris Brown and Eric Berg of C&L Painting paint over the Famous Players sign at the SilverCity theatre in 2012 at Tillicum Centre. SilverCity is asking Saanich council if it can brighten up its paint job.

SilverCity seeks flashier paint job

Request contradicts Saanich council ruling from 1998. Likelihood of succeeding 'not very good,' says mayor

Chris Brown and Eric Berg of C&L Painting paint over the Famous Players sign at the SilverCity theatre in 2012 at Tillicum Centre. SilverCity is asking Saanich council if it can brighten up its paint job.

Second try for office building at Tillicum and Trans-Canada

Plans are in the works to build a three-storey office and medical building at Tillicum Road and the Trans-Canada Highway in Saanich

Former Vic High teacher found guilty of criminal harassment

Provincial court judge calls Frank Canacari's testimony ridiculous, contrived and unbelievable

Dennis Kulpas watches his ball hit the green after shooting from the fairway on hole 7 at the Cedar Hill Golf Course.

Cautious optimism for future of money-losing Cedar Hill Golf Course

Annual operating loss likely lowered, but little growth seen in golfer numbers for Saanich-owned course

Dennis Kulpas watches his ball hit the green after shooting from the fairway on hole 7 at the Cedar Hill Golf Course.

‘Recycled’ gun a mystery for police, Saanich man

A heirloom gun belonging to Gordon Head man that was supposed to be in a locked gun safe wound up at a recycling facility.

Saanich leads region in tree canopy loss

Between 2005 and 2011, the Capital Region lost 1,037 hectares worth of tree canopy

Fifteen-year-old Japanese exchange students Yui Matsumiya and Reina Yanagisawa are flanked by their homestay mom Alicia Brown

Relationship-building through cultural exchange

Japanese students visit Saanich to learn and explore

Fifteen-year-old Japanese exchange students Yui Matsumiya and Reina Yanagisawa are flanked by their homestay mom Alicia Brown
Saanich Const. Lisa Bruschetta

Going in circles for 24 hours

Tour de Rock riders take on endurance challenge at University of Victoria

Saanich Const. Lisa Bruschetta

Saanich updates outdated farm market bylaw

Properties zoned by Saanich as farm markets will now be allowed to sell red meats and non-dairy processed foods.

Saanich officially owner of Haro Woods

Land swap with the Capital Regional District gives Saanich 90 per cent of woods for parkland

Chloe Faught

Lack of adults threatens Girl Guides in Greater Victoria

Dozen volunteers needed for Brownies, Sparks, Guides and Pathfinders

Chloe Faught
This screenshot from CanAssist's CanPlan app is an example of how the organization proposed CanDo app would work – by using text and photos to illustrate each step needed to complete a task

UVic’s CanDo app the Post-it note for the modern age

A smartphone app to help individuals with cognitive disabilities easily navigate the challenges of daily life is $50,000 closer to reality

This screenshot from CanAssist's CanPlan app is an example of how the organization proposed CanDo app would work – by using text and photos to illustrate each step needed to complete a task

Hair dryer determined as cause of salon fire in Saanich

Employee of hair, nair salon placed towel over smoking hair dryer to pat down the smoke